Anthony Alfredo moves up to the NASCAR Cup Series
Anthony Alfredo is now set to run full time in the NASCAR Cup Series with Front Row Motorsports.
Alfredo ran 19 NASCAR Xfinity Series races for Richard Childress Racing in 2020. He collected two top-5s and nine top-10s along the way.
Alfredo will drive the No. 38 machine.
John Hunter Nemechek previously drove for Front Row Motorsports. He announced that he would be leaving the team at the end of the 2020 season.
For 2021, Nemechek will run full-time in the NASCAR Truck Series. He’ll pilot a Kyle Busch Motorsports machine.
Michael McDowell will drive the No. 34 for the 4th year.
Anthony Alfredo comments on 2021 contract
“Today I fulfill a childhood dream and announce that I am going to compete full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series,” Alfredo stated via his personal websitte.
“I am experiencing a tremendous amount of emotions and I’m sure it still hasn’t fully set in yet. All I can say is thank you to Front Row Motorsports and our partners for believing in me, along with all of my fans for sticking by my side throughout this off-season.”
“I am truly blessed to have the opportunity to continue pursuing a career in my passion, now in the premier series of our sport, and be surrounded by incredible people. There is so much to be excited about this upcoming season, especially racing every week and gaining valuable experience at the highest level of stock car racing.”
Alfredo added, “I’ve never been more determined to prove myself and make everyone who believes in me proud. See you all at Daytona!”